GUIDELINES FOR DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM
IMPORTANT! Your work must be UNPUBLISHED. This includes across all blogs and all social media accounts. If we accept your submission, you grant DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM the right to use your work for any promotional use, in relation to DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM now, and in the future. When sending us high-resolution images, please include credits for your full team, including all websites and social media links. We also require a full skateboarder and brand credit for each image.
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At DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM, we are passionate about skateboarding and the skateboarding community. We aim to provide a platform for new and emerging voices in the skateboarding world. Whether you're writing about the latest tricks, skateboarding culture, or sharing personal stories, we want to hear from you.
Our focus is on authenticity and capturing the spirit of skateboarding. We want our readers to feel connected to the content and experience the thrill of the skateboarding lifestyle through your words. We encourage you to be yourself and bring your unique perspective to the table. Avoid generic or impersonal articles that lack personality or fail to engage the reader. We strive to stand out from the crowd and offer meaningful content to our audience.
Before submitting your work to us, please carefully read the following guidelines:
SEND IDEAS, NOT ARTICLES
We prefer to receive pitches and ideas rather than completed articles. Send us an email first, outlining your proposed topic and providing a brief summary of the main points you plan to cover. If possible, include samples or links to your previous writing. This approach saves both parties time and effort, as we can provide feedback and guidance on the direction we'd like your article to take.
GET FAMILIAR WITH DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM
We encourage you to familiarize yourself with our website and the kind of content we publish. Understand the audience we cater to and the tone we adopt in our articles. While you don't have to be a professional skateboarder to write for us, it's essential to have a genuine passion for skateboarding and an understanding of the skateboarding community.
Here's what we're looking for:
Our news section is like a quick skate session: short, impactful, and straight to the point. Whether it's about the latest skateboarding events, industry updates, or exciting new product releases, keep your news articles concise (200 to 300 words maximum) and focus on providing factual information. Begin with the who, what, where, and when, followed by additional details such as how and why. Feel free to add an engaging introduction or some fun anecdotes, as long as you avoid excessive personal opinions. Remember, news should remain neutral, and refrain from speaking negatively about brands or individuals.
Skateboarding culture is at the heart of DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM. We value taste and style, so it's crucial for our writers to have a deep knowledge of the skateboarding scene and a keen eye for trends and aesthetics.
Skateboarder Interviews: Do you know a skateboarder who embodies the spirit of skateboarding and has an inspiring story to share? Whether they're a rising star on social media or an unsung hero of the skateboarding community, we're interested in hearing about them. Provide insights into their background, experiences, and contributions to skateboarding. We particularly appreciate featuring individuals who haven't received significant media coverage.
Spotlight on Brands, Skateboarding Events, and Products If there's a brand, skateboarding event, or product that has caught your attention and deserves recognition, let us know. Highlight recent releases, collaborations, unique designs, or innovations that skateboarders and skateboarding enthusiasts would find exciting. Feel free to express your personal take and add originality to your coverage.
Gear Guides: Skateboarders are always on the lookout for new gear and equipment. Share your expertise and create engaging gear guides, such as the top skateboard decks, wheels, trucks, or accessories. Before writing the article, please provide us with the product links you plan to include, so we can review them.
Skateboarding is not just about tricks; it's a way of life. Our lifestyle section covers various aspects related to skateboarding and its impact on individuals and communities.
Personal Stories and Perspectives: Share your personal experiences, reflections, or stories related to skateboarding. Whether it's overcoming challenges, finding inspiration, or exploring the cultural impact of skateboarding, we want to hear your authentic voice. Connect with our readers on a deeper level and inspire them through your words.
Skateboarding Tips and Tutorials: Offer practical advice and tutorials for skateboarders of all skill levels. From basic techniques to advanced tricks, your guidance can help aspiring skateboarders improve their skills and enhance their skateboarding journey.
Skateboarding and Community: Skateboarding is a powerful force that brings people together. Explore the positive impact of skateboarding on communities, inclusivity, and social change. Shed light on skateboarding initiatives, events, and organizations that promote unity and diversity within the skateboarding world.
GET IN TOUCH
If you've read the guidelines thoroughly and are ready to pitch your ideas, we'd love to hear from you. Remember, please do not send completed articles. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with an outline of your idea(s), and we'll take it from there.
We can't wait to see your contributions and share your passion for skateboarding with the DOSESKATEBOARDING.COM community!